Bal Harbour powder roomContemporary Bathroom, Miami

Inspiration for a contemporary bathroom remodel in Miami with a vessel sink and black walls —  Houzz
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Sarah Von Paul wrote:Feb 5, 2012
  • Sarah Von Paul
    Thank you so much- I need all the help I can get :)
  • Corliss

    Where did you purchase lighten mirror.

linnasue wrote:Oct 9, 2011
MariVi Creations wrote:Jan 1, 2011
auntmisbehaving wrote:Jun 29, 2011
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    DeCocco Design
    It could be a white mirror, but it also could be a back lit mirror. Look at Majestic Mirrors (.com) as they've got both. It just glows!
  • auntmisbehaving
    Thanks, decocco! Found them.
jodyquint wrote:Mar 31, 2013
lapierrenicole wrote:Nov 11, 2012
  • Ranjana L

    where did you source the round mirror?

Designs On You wrote:Sep 4, 2012
  • remkus
    The big one looks like 2 Ginger Kubic towel racks
trishchapman wrote:Apr 17, 2011
terryagnes wrote:Aug 15, 2013
    dmwaller wrote:Jan 12, 2013

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Shawn Gauthier added this to Catch the Olympic Rings With Circular DecorJul 2, 2012

      Accessories are a great way to pull circles throughout your space. The door handle and vanity fixtures in this bathroom are perfect imitations of the mirror and the wall installation.

      Lisa Frederick added this to Wall Art That RocksJun 23, 2012

      Technically, these are tiles, but the pattern looks exactly like a wall full of vinyl. In my book, that counts.Tell us: What album covers would you have on your wall?

      Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to 8 Vanity Flair Fashions for a Chic BathroomApr 22, 2012

      This sleek, modern bathroom features a floating (wall-mounted) vanity paired with a round electric mirror that provides two-directional light. Ideally bathroom lighting should come from above and in front, at eye level.

      Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Powder Rooms That Really PerformNov 29, 2011

      This tray filled with color-coordinated paper hand towels is attractive, convenient and sanitary. The box of tissues covered in a matching box is another helpful amenity for your guests. You can find coordinated containers at every price point. The presentation is so much nicer than plastic liquid soap dispensers and cardboard tissue boxes.

      Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to The Right Hardware: Jewelry for Your HomeJun 27, 2011

      ... like so. Very Hollywood glam!

      Shawn Gauthier added this to Accent Sinks: Jewels of the BathMay 25, 2011

      Get edgy. Break up a circular or geometric theme with an asymmetrical sink, and vice versa. Remember: Too much of one thing can result in a design that feels flat.

      Shawn Gauthier added this to Design Details: Make the Most of Your Cabinet PullsApr 13, 2011

      Turning circles trying to make a decision? Develop a theme and carry it into your hardware. This clever usage of circular hardware completes the sophisticated, urban feel of this very chic bathroom.

      Lily Gahagan added this to Unique Takes on TileFeb 22, 2011

      Accents like the door handle, drawer pulls and mirror play off the unique circular shape of these tiles. (They look like records, no?)

      Debbie Snider added this to Vessel Sinks: Elegant Updates on a Classic FormJan 15, 2011

      Here is a freeform metal sink in a hip bath. The black wall tile reminds me of old LPs.

      Becky Harris added this to Getting the Accent Wall RightDec 20, 2010

      Do not rule out small spaces for an accent wall. Since the vanity wall is the wall you look at most in the bathroom, why not amp it up a bit? Side note: I do realize this particular bathroom is amped up to eleven; you do not need to take it this far, but it's a fun example!

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